A Connecticut attorney reportedly released a former client's psychiatric records in an online court filing because he was mad that she sued him for malpractice following his representation in a condominium association matter. Jason Pearl, who has been in practice since 1956, received a two-year suspension of his law license and must complete 20 hours of in-person ethics training, the Connecticut Law Tribune reports.

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